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Skyward OpenEdge 10.2B ODBC Launch Kit. 3 Installs 10.1B 32 -bit driver as both 10.2B.32 bit and 10.2B. 64 bit driver cannot be installed on same server 4 64 -bit 10.2B ODBC driver is installed on all 64 bit Skyward Database/Web/Report Queue server(s) Skyward Server Install Directory: The?: skyward install directory is created by the. If you want a client side install you can go into your ESD account and download the 'Progress SQL client access ODBC/JDBC drivers' product. This is not a seperate license you need to purchase. This is not a seperate license you need to purchase.

Progress/OpenEdge; ODBC driver for Progress/OpenEdge Single-Tier (Lite Edition) ODBC. Single component client-only installation. Home » Community Groups » OpenEdge RDBMS » Forum » Open edge ODBC Driver. 10.1B & 10.2B odbc driver are. Drivers for different databases (not Progress). Where is the ODBC driver library in 10.1B? P122158, 'Is SSL functionality for the ODBC Drivers available in 10.1B of OpenEdge?' Progress Software.

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I have an ASP.net web service application that connects to a Progress OpenEdge 10.1B database via ODBC. My development machine is XP Pro and runs everything fine. I am now moving the application into a test environment. The test machine is also XP Pro. It matches the dev machine except for that the Progress Server is not running locally. I am able to run the project out of VS2010 and the web service makes the ODBC connection and returns the data without error. When I deploy the application to IIS (which is running locally) the ODBC connection fails with this error:

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*System.Data.Odbc.OdbcException: ERROR [IM003] Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error 126 (OpenEdge 10.1B driver).*

What is going on here?

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Try the Progress Knowledgebase at http://progress.atgnow.com/esprogress/Group.jsp?bgroup=progress

This entry seems potentially relevant:

ID: P36468Title: 'ASP page fails to launch due to the error 126 when loading the ODBC driver'Created: 08/11/2003 Last Modified: 10/14/2008Status: Verified

Symptoms:
ASP page fails to launch due to the error 126 when loading the ODBC driverSpecified driver could not be loaded due to system 'error 126' (MERANT 3.70 32-BIT PROGRESS)Testing the connection from ODBC Data Administration works fineUsing IIS built in account for the IIS and ASP.

Facts:
Windows NT 32 Intel/Windows 2000Progress 9.1xIIS

Cause:
IIS built-in account (IUSR_machine_name) does not have permissions to access networkresources which will be the case if Progress has been installed on the network shared drive.

Fixes:
Install Progress on the local drive to the IIS and add the read and executepermission for the IUSR account to all the files in the installation directory.

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I'm trying to set up an ODBC client driver for Progress 10.1b. I was able to install the client software that is required, but there is apparently also an ODBC.reg script file that needs to be run to correctly set up the registry in order for me to use the ODBC drivers.

Can anyone point me to where I would find this script? Or tell me the set of registry entries that would have to be made?

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That's not a standard part of the install process.

Are these the steps that you followed to get the client installed?

If, as you say, the client was properly installed you just need to setup the DSN. The following should work (stolen and lightly edited from the Progress Knowledge Center):

Start up the ODBC Data Source Administrator(found in Control Panel within the Administrative Tools folder)

Example:

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That brings up the configuration screen for a new DSN.

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